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on that which unites us, we're unstoppable. happy birthday, america. that's "hardball" for now. thank you for being with us. "the ed show" starts right now. >>> good evening. prices are falling and republicans are scrambling to find a new reason to pin the blame on president obama. i'm taking the hot air coming out of the right wing. >> just from a political perspective, do you think the united states wants the gas prices to go up higher? i want to get them lower because they hurt families. >> gs prices are plummeting just before the fourth of july. and the right wing talking point has been blown to bits. >> that's almost double under this president. >> gasoline prices nearly doubling since president obama took office. >> is it enough to derail his return to the office? >> it better be. >> the commissioner mark shelton will join me with the real reason prices are so low. and bob shrum joins me with the politics. >>> congressman joe walsh says iraq war veteran tammy duckworth is not a real hero. >> that's all she talks about. our true heroes are men and women who served us, that's the last
. >> it's not me, i'm representing the u.s. it's a different feeling. if you win, they raise the flag and play the anthem and stuff. it's you forric. >> reporter: it always ends with a hand shake. >> news edge at 11:00 starts now. >>> the edge begins in virginia tonight, where police are still searching for a killer. i'm maureen umeh. >> i'm will thomas. arlington police say 52-year- old tommy wong was murdered inside capital jewelers friday afternoon during an armed robbery. they found his body yesterday after family members say he never came home from work. police aren't saying how he died, but have released photos of the suspect taken from security cameras. >> i hope they find him -- >> turn him in. >> could have taken what he needed from us and left our father alone. i wish that was the case. i'll give everything in the world to have him there. >> a source familiar with the investigation says the security video did capture the actual murder of wong. arlington police have gotten tips from the photos, but so far, no arrest. >>> u.s. park police have released a sketch of a man wanted
the fast judicial overreaching on the one hand not to mention, "of verbal wizardry that took us too far, too deep into the forbidden land of the softest that's obviously not the leverage that we typically read in these opinions. so the affordable care act having survived one near-death experience now moves on to what may be the next one, the november elections. but even the very strong language that was of waste by the dissenting justices, and in some instances by the chief justice himself, we now know what a majority of the court thinks the government cannot compel us to do something we are not doing already unless it calls a tax in which case it can and in which case tam put it on the health affairs blog yesterday millions of americans were able to go to sleep last night secure in the knowledge that the federal government cannot meet you eat broccoli. [laughter] we move on now to discuss a little bit more in detail and in depth with the decision said and what it means going forward not just for the field of constitutional law but for all the other concerns i mentioned. and we have a v
elected the first woman speaker of the house. if anyone is tweeting we are using the hash tag wmnhist. and one quick announcement i am sorry to say that michelle bernard has been called away for a family emergency so she won't be able to join us here today. i will start with a special thank you to our friends and underwriters. thank you very much. on behalf of our partnership with the national women's history museum, honored host celebration for the first female speaker of the house current democratic leader nancy pelosi. leader pelosi has worked diligently to strengthen america's middle class, increasing the minimum wage and financial aid for students, a new give bill for veterans, increased services for veterans, their families and care givers nationally and internationally she has led the effort to provide the first u.s. contribution to the global fund to fight aids, tuberculosis and malaria. leader pelosi's work obbehalf of women is unparalleled. her leadership in passing the lily led better fair pay act, her work as a champion for women's health, social security, title 9, economi
now grant us into finer rights. those come from nature and god according to the declaration of independence. >> you know what? the real story is that a lot of this is being thrown back to the states and governors like louisiana's bobby jindal will have the ability to refuse it using whatever curious reasoning they can muster. >> states are different. founing fathers intended each state to be a laboratory of exper menation. the reality is if what works in massachusetts may not be appropriate to another state. >> really comparing mardi gras to -- >> yes, he really did. i'm join ed by sheila jackson lee, good afternoon, ma'am. >> it's a pleasure to be with you and for all americans, this is a special week for us. happy fourth of july. >> indeed. you have been an unwaivering advocate for children in texas. you're the co-chair of the congress congressional children's caucus. what is your reaction when you hear charles perry say he's completing opposed to the health care reform even though 22% of children in your state have no health insurance whatsoever? >> the reason i began thi
.. so the u.s. was unaware when of these payments one. senior officials at hsbc headquarters at blonden from 2001 to 2007 new that affiliate's in england and the middle east, the h. b. m e were sending undisclosed payments through their accounts but didn't stop them or in a forum where them of the extent of the activity so they knew that there affiliate's were hiding key information from each other. at hbus they were on notice as early as 2001 that the stripping was occurring and took no decisive action to stop the war. they stopped occasional wire transfers from iran but the words, quote, do not use our name in new york. so, first one mr. bagley, the european and middle east affiliate's, why wasn't hbus told? what possible justification is there for not telling an affiliate that the key information so they can comply with their own law to be removed >> it's a very good question, senator. my understanding of the position was that hbu was checking each one of those transactions to ensure that they were compliant and i was always advise to that they were compliant. when i first
companies -- obamacare is a great handout to insurance companies to my perspective. you want to make us look like we're supporting the insurance companies. it was you all who went hand in hand with the insurance companies. you set it up so they couldn't lose. you made them regulate utilities. they're guaranteed a profit every year as a result of the individual mandate. it's the democrats who are helping the insurance companies and that point has not been made. you talk out of both sides of your mouths and that's a perfect example of what goes on in the book 1984. allowing them to do that, allowing them to create this regulated utility helps the insurance companies. then you say only they gain from the repeal. no mr. pallone. the american people gain from the repeal of this. we gain our freedom again. the difference between the liberals in in country and the conservatives is the issue of freedom. you and your colleagues want the government to control every aspect of our lives. we do not believe in that. we want this to continue to be the greatest country in the world and what makes us the gre
threat for us a little bit of hail threat but not a tornado threat. keep in mind of all the severe weather because of that very damaging winds with some of these thunderstorms. that is what we're looking at as the front moves through. tomorrow it spreads farther to the south down to virginia, much of west virginia and down to evansville, indiana. once it goes through temperatures will drop a little bit but we still have this to deal with. chicago you are in clear but st. louis you are like 108, 107 in louisville. take a look at what happens over the next three days or so for us. some of big cities that have been dealing with. kansas city, d.c., chicago and new york, head towards the area on monday but for most part everybody back in the 80s. we do have relief coming but we have to get through today and tomorrow and the rest of the week will look good. >> gregg: so stay in bed and watch the fox news channel. thanks very much. >> heather: did you see that 103 in the nation' capitol. they are on track to break a heat record that was set back in 1930, cooling centers are open all acros
and gentlemen, let us warmly greet, governor mitt romney. >> thank you. thank you [applause] >> thank you. thank you so much. thank you. thank you for your kind intrurksz mayor. and thank you for the warm welcome. it's a pleasure and a privilege to be in israel again and to see so many dear friends. to step foot into israel is to step foot interest a nation that began with an ancient promise made in this land, the jewish people persisted to one of the most monstrous crimes in human history. now this nation has come to take its place among the most impressive democracies on earth. israel's achievems are a wonder of the modern world. these achievements are a tribute to the resilience of the israeli people. have you managed against all odd, time and again throughout your history to persevere, to rise up and to emerge stronger. the historian, paul johnson, writing on the 50th anniversary of the creation of the jewish state, said that over the course of israel's life, 100 completely new independent states had come into existence. quote, israel is the only one whose creation can fairly be called a mir
. that means we may have to take a deal that gets us on the right path even if it does not give us the right structure. we will have the opportunity to get on the right structure and we will have the money to deal with it. it means we have to deal with the deficit before we are ever going to resolve all of the issues in health care and tax reform. i want to be sure that people do not have the sense that if we do not solve the entire 70 five- year, 150 year deficit issue, that anything short of that is a failure. there is no public-policy issue we have solved 75 years into the future. it is a result of inflated expectations and rhetoric to expect we will solve this problem 75 years out, or 100 years out in the future. my message is, let's not the perfect be the enemy of the good. if we can get onto a good path, let's take it and work from there to a better structure. >> i agree with that but let me be more optimistic about tax reform. this may be a moment where we dropped the impediment of incrementalism in tax reform which is fatal because then you are arguing about whose ox gets gored. this
bank hsbc. and former secretary of state madeline albright and colon powell talk about u.s. foreign policy. u.s. future regular layers acknowledged that the system failed to protect customers of financial group. which collapse last week, with the founder admits to $100 million in fraud. mr. again leer who heads the commodity future testified tuesday at senate hearing looking into the impact of new financial regulations. the committee also heard from a security and exchange commission regulator. good morning we call the committee together. we welcome everyone. let me say at beginning for the first panel, we have agreed because of importance of number of issues that we'll talking about today to two rounds. we'll give b giving each member seven minutes. we'll have additional time to have a full discussion. it's, two years since they passed the dodd-frank. there's been an open ruling making. as i said before, it's extremely important that we get the rules done right. repeatedly -- it was made final along with the entity start the clock on compliance. this is a significant step toward gr
greenwald on how the law is used to destroy equality and protect the powerful. we will talk about the obama administration's failure to prosecute wall to executives, the future of wikileaks, and the growing surveillance state. but first, amy goodman goes to spend more protesters are celebrating a major victory after the country's high court opened a criminal investigation into the former head of spain's biggest mortgage lender. a former imf chief rodrigo rato. we speak with organizers of the historic may 15 movement, the indignados. >> maybe, eventually, maybe one of these guys will pay. we have this impression that no one -- they do what they won. they still, like, nothing happens. today, maybe, something will happen. i'm very happy. >> all of that and more coming up. this is "democracy now!," democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm juan gonzalez filling in for amy goodman. nato supply convoys have resumed in pakistan after the u.s. finally apologized for a deadly attack that occurred last year. pakistan had barred the nato trucks that carry supplies for the afghan war after u.s. f
, thank you for joining us tonight. >> thank you very much eliot for having me. >> eliot: let's begin with this enormously important decision from the supreme court last week that put mitt romney in a bind with the healthcare act that was upheld. mitt romney, it seems bizarre beyond words is now attacking chief justice roberts for being political. does this make any sense to you? explain this crazy dynamic to us. >> you know, i wish i could explain it. but it is bizarre. first of all for governor romney to be switching his campaign characterization initially calling it a tax and now a penalty and vice versa. i think the public is justifiably confused by this shifting labeling but bottom line, the supreme court upheld it because it could constitutionally interpret it as a tax and it has a duty to uphold the law if it can. and you and i know from our cases in the united states supreme court that the first argument we make is that laws have to be presumed constitutional. that's why i predicted from the very outs
uninsured americans? >> they care about it in theory. this used to be their plan. this is the hers taj foundation's big idea. they scared very deeply back then. i'm sure that they care now, but what you don't understand, mr. spitzer, is we have to let the market take care of this because the market has a solution. >> eliot: and it's done so well on wall street. >> absolutely. >> eliot: this is another tension that i have not been able to get my arms around. free riders are the bane of the republican party. they love to say look, 50% of the american company doesn't pay income tax. they're free riders. we got get them to pay in. pay up a little bit and they recoil. how do you square that inconsistency? >> well, not being a republican any more-- >> eliot: you're not. >> look, it's an election year. people say things that contradict each other wildly all the time. if we go down the list of conservative messages, look, you got a highly ironic republican presidential candidate this year. not only--look their number one issue is repealing obama-care and then as your presidential candidate of
and thank you all so much for joining us here tonight. my name is dave tinsa. ift the -- i have the pleasure of introducing the wonderful caroline kennedy tonight. i want to say a few quick words why i'm here and why i think many of you are here as well. despite the fact that we're here to admire caroline. in 2008, we came together to support candidate barack obama. the reason many of us came together we had a shared vision about what's best for our country. we wanted to reclaim that basic bargain if you work hard, if you play by the rules, you can make it in america. you can find a job, you can buy a house, send your kids to college and save a little beth for retirement. president obama believes in order to move our country forward, we need to invest in education, energy and reform our tax system to great good jobs, grow our economy and pay down the debt in a balanced way. [applause]. president obama reminds us of another great president who also captured our heart and mind over 50 years ago. inspiring hope that better days were ahead. just like president kennedy convinced my grandmother,
with us. and thank you for being with us, everyone. i give up. sending it to wolf blitzer. wolf? >> ashleigh, thanks very much. >>> happening now, president obama and mitt romney are locked in a dead heat right now. when it comes to battleground voters, the numbers aren't so close. the brand new cnn orc polls are just in. we're breaking them down for you. standby. >>> also millions still without power, baking in record heat in washington, d.c., in the mid-atlantic, days after being clobbered by a deadly monster storm. is there any relief in sight? >>> and an american grad student fights for his life after being violently mauled by two chimps in south africa. ahead, the horrifying details of the attack. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." these numbers just coming in. let's go to the battle for the white house. a brand new cnn o.r.c. poll is just being released right now. take a look at just how tight the race is. among registered voters nationally, nationally. 49% say they are for president obama versus 46% for mitt romney. that's with a 2.5% samplining err error.
we'll look back at the life of andy griffith. good to have you with us. thanks for watching. millions of americans are going to be traveling over the next few days and we're going to by wi buying a lot of gas. republicans wanted to celebrate the fourth of july by hammering president obama over rising gas prices. it isn't working out the way they hoped. today, the national average for a gallon of gasoline is $3.33. it's the lowest price per gallon since last december. over the last three months, gas prices have fallen from a national high of $3.92 back in april. in some southern states in this country, the average cost is already below $3 a gallon. all of a sudden, what's that noise? i can't hear it. it's because the republicans are all of a sudden quiet about energy policy. you see, they were making all kinds of noise about high gas prices back in the spring. leaders of congress, the presidential candidates, and the right-wing media all over this president, saying he's the problem. putting the blame on president obama. >> since this president has been president, the cost of
, the numbers aren't so close. let's go straight to cnn's joe johns. he's breaking the numbers for us. he's in des moines, iowa, right now. tell our viewers what we're seeing, joe. >> reporter: wolf, there's certainly a lot more to this than meets the eye. the main takeaway is mitt romney is running ahead of the president in some of the states that matter most. conservatives are still shaking their heads. >> it was really a shock. >> i'm dispinted at their position. they came to a position. >> how could one of their own on the supreme court side with liberals onto uphold the institutionalty of the democrat's health care plan. in many ways it was still a conservative decision. >> this was a conservative judicial philosophy that says the role of the courts is to be the last resort, not the first resort. we only strike something down when it's a big piece of regulation if we absolutely have to. that's still quite conservative. >> and this type of thinking shouldn't be a surprise. >> wrong piece there running, obviously. the takeaway on our poll is even though the president maintains a slight
wolf blitzer who never takes a day off and always checks his blackberry. thanks for being with us. >>> ashley, thanks very much. happening now. >> they said it was a tax, didn't they? it's a tax. of course. >> mitt romney boldly contradicting a top advisor firmly stating his position on the landmark supreme court ruling upholding president obama's health care law. is his campaign message back on track? or did he give democrats a new line of attack? >>> plus, an unimaginable crisis unfolding right now in west virginia. hundreds of thousands of storm victims already dealing with no power, now many of them are dealing with no food. we're live on the ground to find out what's being done. >>> and a state lawmaker accidentally undermining her party and her principles with the press of a button. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." >>> first to a dramatic moment on the campaign trail. the presumptive republican presidential nominee, mitt romney, firmly stating his position on the u.s. supreme court's historic ruling up hodding obama care and directly contradicting what his t
related to the taxpayer funded gun running operation, that resulted in the murder of a u.s. border patrol officer. holder and some members of congress insinuated that the vote was based on holder being the first african-american to serve as attorney general. now, this was not a strict partisan vote. 17 democrats joined in the vote for the contempt charge. saying it's about race and know not the fact that your tax dollars and guns were in the hands of the mexican cartel and use today murder 300 mexicans and american law enforcement officer is an insult, not just to brian terry, the murdered officer, but an insult to african-americans everywhere. and look, i grew up in a jim crowe dominated south and i know what racism looks like and i also fought against it my entire adult life, having appointed more people of color to positions in the government than any other governor in my state's history and having received over 48% of the african-american vote, unheard of for a republican, i take a back seat to no one in fighting the evils of bigotry. but it's not just disappointing, it's disgusting t
love that expression that you all use when you want government to take over some issue. let it be comprehensive. that is the code word for that. my colleague from new york mentioned that college graduates need to be covered by obamacare because they cannot get jobs. republicans have sent over 30 bills over to the senate that would help create an environment for creating jobs. we know that government does not create jobs but we help create an environment. we need to look at not the symptoms, we need to look at the causes that are creating, that are forcing so many young people not to be able to get jobs after their college education. the economy is in such bad shape and we are spending so much money at the federal level. i also want to say that our motives are often impugned on this side of the aisle by our colleagues. the implication is that we do not care about women, children, if we do not vote for government takeover of our lives. i would like to point out that there were many democrats who voted no on the obamacare bill and i suspect that there will be some democrats who
what kristen was mentioning to us, the president kicking off his bus tour tomorrow. pawlenty and jindal will bracketing with him and rob portman as well, traveling to new hampshire this weekend. no word if he'll be meeting with romney. where do we stand in terms of the what's the messaging we're looking for going forward as the president goes out there and tries to make the message, put the message out there, that romney is a jobs expovertier? >> of course, the message that the obama campaign has been pushing hard from the very beginning is attacking mitt romney's record at bain capital. and as controversial as that tactic has been from both republicans and democrats, most notably corey booker and bill clinton, that's really the lane that the obama campaign is staying in. and they're sort of attacking bain capital from every angle they can find, their latest political attack ad against romney focused on bain capital investing in companies that ship jobs overseas. and that's -- i think it's a strategy that's really been working for the obama campaign. he's been able to paint romney as so
gasp. not good for retailers trying to wow them into stores and not good for a u.s. the president prying to renew a lease on a certain home. ted weisberg connecting the hits and misses. >> i think you've hit the nail on the head. it seems like we're walking in a saucepan and that sound we hear is -- seems to be the air coming out of the economy. everything is simply going flat. now, this is not a good week to make judgment, it's a short, holiday week. but you can't argue with the numbers and the numbers are pretty anemic. >> everyone calls it a short week. all right it's been the longest week of my life. i don't know why. let me get your sense about what the numbers generally say. you followed them closely and over the years have seen us going from a couple of pieces on information on jobs to more than a dozen of such figures today. same with retail and individual department store sales. collectively will you getting a sense be that we're just slowing down ongoing in reverse? could web we be going into other recession. >> my prism is through the eyes of the investors that we see.
the supreme court ruling is going to affect every american in some way and we'd like to hear from you, send us your comment and send them to huckmail@foxnews.com and, our first republican presidential forum featured three elected attorneys general, and some of the question to the candidates focused on the president's health care now and now we have a final ruling from the supreme court, we wonder when what do they have to say, joining us oak owing attorney general scott pruett, attorney general pam bondi from florida, the lead state in the litigation, and, virginia attorney general ken cuccinelli, who joins us from washington. [applause]. >> and, ken cuccinelli is also running for governor in virginia. let's get underway, first of all, attorney general pam bondi, you were the lead ag in the lawsuit and sat in the front row of oral arguments when they were going on a few months ago yet you were as blind sided as anybody, when the ruling came down on thursday on the basis of what kind of power congress will have in taxing. was this really that much of a -- part of the case before the court, the
sister starts screaming. a packed show ahead. trayvon martin's parents will show us along with their attorney and former syrian general a kill ha shem is our guest and michael nter and rex ryan, plus the producer of the new bat man movie and it is thursday, july 19th. "starting point" begins right now. >>> hi, everybody. welcome. "starting point" this morning is george zimmerman in his own words. this morning the man that shot and killed trayvon martin sat down for his first television interview. it happened last night on fox news. zimmerman said what happened was all god's plan. >> do you regret getting out of the car to follow trayvon that night. >> no, sir. >> do you regret you had a gun that night? >> no, sir. >> do you feel you wouldn't be here for this interview if you didn't have that gun? >> no, sir. >> you feel you would not be here? >> i feel that it was all god's plan and for me to second guess it or judge it -- >> is there anything you might do differently in retrospect now that time has passed a little bit? >> no, sir. >> joining us this morning criminal defen
, i think almost all of us wrote heavy stories about the commerce clause, about the taxing power, about the legal issues undergirding the popular political question, both because we had a long run-up, and because people had an appetite for all-things health care. we had more incentive this time around than other times we have tackled federalist issues. the 90's were the big federalism era at the supreme court. readers greeted it unenthusiastically because it was difficult to explain. this time, everybody was so interested in the topic it was easier to explain. >> we were publishing big pictures of roscoe gilbert. [laughter] >> we have all talked about this aspect. there has been more interest in this case than anything i have ever covered at the supreme court. i have been asked about it by literally everyone i meet who knows what i do. the appetite, believe me, has been there for stories both from the public and, more importantly, from editors. >> if his paper is to be believed, he called the case exactly right. >> how much preparation did you guys have to do for this case? i ass
partnerships. it will also strengthen stability -- security capabilities. he delivered remarks at the u.s. institute of peace for just under an hour. >> good afternoon. we are delighted you are with us for a special presentation. i am the president of the institute. to start the evening off with -- it is my special pleasure to welcome the germans -- chairman of the board of the institute of peace, rabin west. -- robin west. >> thank you, dick. i am robin west, chairman of the board of directors for the institute of peace. good evening and welcome to the acheson lecture. this is the fifth lecture. we welcome you to the george shultz great hall of the headquarters of the u.s. institute of peace. this building symbolizes our belief that peace is restoring hope of humanity. it is located on the national mall. it is a statement of how we want to see ourselves in the world and the world to see us. this building was achieved through a public-private partnership. congress was supportive, as was the private sector. one of the first and most generous was lockheed martin. it has helped support the l
across the street and i tried to say that thinking that it might get us quicker service but it hasn't happened yet. so we're trapped. >> we came over here to garfield... >> reporter: tom graham is the regional president for the power company. does it seem like too much to expect in the 21st century that when a storm comes through it doesn't create chaos in the nation's capital? >> well, trees come down and destroy the infrastructure, that's what's going to happen. you have to look at this as a catastrophic event. >> reporter: the bailes say the catastrophe has brought out the best in neighbors for pulling together to help each other. >> we have met more neighborhoods this past week than we have met in the eight years we've been here. >> reporter: it will be friday before most of the lights come back on for the customers. the electricity company says it has in excess of 2,000 contract workers from other states and other utilities helping out and working in around-the-clock shifts. >> pelley: thanks, sharyl, now to the fires in the west. there are at least 50 wildfires burning across
then had to go back and revise the numbers. they tell us something it is a little better than it is and we wind up with a lower number. that is what happened in april. that is what happened in may. that happened in march as well. so this 100,000 if history has any bearing will later get revised downward. we hope not. but that is what has been happening. we'll wait as the number set to come out in a few days. megyn: new developments in the battle for harlem congressman charlie rangel's congressional seat. we're told his opponent is heading to court to file paperwork that could open up the possibility of a new election. this after his challenger questioned results of last tuesday's vote. the gap between the two men now down to just 800 votes. meantime charlie rangel is asking his supporters to send money to help defend his primary victory. >>> fox news alert. immigration and customs enforcement officer has been shot while investigating a case on the u.s.-mexico border. that agent now undergoing surgery at a local hospital. trace gallagher picks up the story from our west coast newsroom. trac
kelly. the latest sign our economy is slumping? the u.s. manufacturing output. for the first time since july of '09 9 number has actually gone down. it follows weeks of unemployment claims that have pushed the 400,000 mark. now economists are worried that friday's report on june's hiring could be more bad news. joining us to discuss it, chris stirewalt, our fox news digital politics editor and host of "power play" on foxnews.com. they're talking in addition to the manufacturing slump which managed to sustain the worst of the pummeling as we've seen job numbers go down, manufacturing has been doing all right. but not currently. not only that but they're talking about a jobs number that could be only 100,000 jobs created? i mean in january it was 275,000. put it in perspective for us. >> think about this. we talk about it before, megyn, in the past two successive years you seen the cycle play out of the optimism about the economy early part of the year gives way to bad news and discouragement in the summer and into the fall. that is, pattern that if it repeats itself for goodness sakes it
of the stand your graund law. you can't run after somebody and stand your ground and use deadly force. it is also an issue before the jury trial, a judge can decide this issue in florida. it is huge. obviously he talked to his lawyer and he has to be careful about what he says about whether he followed trayvon martin. it is the pivotal issue pretrial and if he gets to trial. >> his attorney says they may not use stand your ground. they may just use a basic self-defense. here is another chunk with sean hannity and he has before you hear this chunk he has described in great detail about the fight and the wrestle for the gun. >> uh-huh. >> do you remember when you yourself reached for your weapon? do you remember that moment? >> yes, sir. >> how was that? >> at that point i realized that it wasn't my gun, it wasn't his gun, it was the gun. >> i feel like there was some point that he was trying to make, i wasn't sure that i fully understood it. what message was that supposed to be about not my gun but the gun? >> well, exactly. keep in mind in the first court appearance he said he didn't
, security for their families and safety in their communities. americans want us to stop jerking them around. they cannot have stability in their lives when we are shipping american jobs overseas. they cannot have security in their homes when they are fearful of getting sick. they cannot have s wn their teachers, policemen and firefighters are being laid off while we engage in symbolic episodes. i ask my colleagues to reject this charade and let's vote to restore the american dream. i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the majority leader, the gentleman from virginia. mr. cantor: madam speaker, i now yield 1 1/2 minutes to the gentleman from south carolina, mr. scott. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from south carolina is recognized for 1 1/2 minutes. mr. scott: thank you, madam speaker. why are we here? we keep hearing that from our friends on the right, why are we here again today? and the reality of it is simple. the numbers keep changing and it simply does not add up. a long time ago in 2010, a long time ago, the estimates were $900 billion will be the cost of obamacare. two yea
>> we are going to have a great week. thanks for setting us straight this morning and off to a great start. thank you. fox and friends starts right now! we will see you tomorrow. >> happy monday morning, everyone. hope you had a fantastic weekend. it's july 30th already. i'm gretchen carlson, thanks for sharing your time. looks like the colorado shooting, the past about the psychiatrist that was treating him. >> great. >> but when the white house was asked the question, this is how they responded. >> our position has not changed. you know our position. >> no, no. she doesn't know. that's why she asked. >> she does know. >> i don't. >> she does not know. she just said she doesn't know. i don't know. >> who knows? >> he never answered. so what is the president's position? we will talk about that. >> known new. >> and bubba is back, scoring a big position work for president obama. a major gig, a big slot. fox and friends starts just about now! >> live from studio e. welcome aboard. and gretchen, welcome back. >> thanks a lot. i was up in northern minnesota and central man. be
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